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Big City Big Ideas with Michael Storper

February 26, 2015

Big City: Big Ideas is a public lecture series being held at the University of Toronto that features global leaders in urban and regional planning, policy and finance. Attendees will be inspired by some of the brightest minds working on the development, sustainability and liveability of cities today.

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2015 Lionel Gelber Prize Finalist Interviews

February 23, 2015

Robert Steiner, Director, Fellowships In Global Journalism at the Munk School of Global Affairs, interviews authors from the 2015 Lionel Gelber Prize Finalists.

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Munk One Program transforming the undergrad experience

February 12, 2015

Munk One Director Teresa Kramarz discusses engaging first year students beyond the standard classroom setting with U of T News

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Lionel Gelber Prize 2015 Finalists Announced

February 9, 2015

February 9, 2015 (Toronto and Washington): Jury Chair William Thorsell today announced the five finalists for the 2015 Prize.

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Lionel Gelber Prize Jury Reveals Longlist for 25th Anniversary Awarding

January 26, 2015

William Thorsell, Jury Chair, today announced a longlist of ten international titles on foreign affairs that call out to a world of readers.

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After Snowden: The Munk School and LSE co-sponsor debate on the rules of cyberspace

January 23, 2015

The Munk School of Global Affairs co-sponsors a London School of Economics public forum on the continuing public policy debate about the rules of cyberspace.

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The Digital Public Square

January 6, 2015

Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird today announced a new partnership with the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs to launch the Digital Public Square project, an up to $9-million initiative that will increase digital space for free expression and open political dialogue.

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From the Director of the Munk School

January 5, 2015

Read a welcome message from Professor Stephen J. Toope, Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs.

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Links between ISIS and malware attacks on Syrian opposition groups

December 18, 2014

A Syrian citizen group critical of ISIS was recently the victim of a targeted malware attack designed to reveal their location, the Citizen Lab reports.

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Ron Deibert on the rift in cyberspace between global citizenship and the nation-state system

November 27, 2014

Professor Ron Deibert analyses the difficulties arising from new norms in cyberspace, how they conflict with the old established system of Westphalian nation-states, and how this tension can be reconciled.

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